Examples of crud in a Sentence
I spent an hour scrubbing the crud off the old stove.
He complains that there's too much crud on TV these days.
Recent Examples of crud from the Web
Many a climber has been fooled by Chugach crud, reaching out with hand or foot only to feel the rock disintegrate along an invisible fault line.
Sturgeon are bottom-feeders, enjoying larvae and various crud that rest on the lake’s floor.
That’s good news for skiers looking for a quiver-killer — the elusive one ski that can float in deep powder, grip icy groomers and plow through crud.
Sometimes, with an old bottle, a whole glass of wine was left, so thick was the crud.
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Origin and Etymology of crud
Middle English curd, crudd
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of crud
First Known Use of crud
CRUD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crud for English Language Learners
: a dirty or greasy substance
: something unpleasant or worthless
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